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Debates
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Implementation of the EU youth strategy 2010-2012 (A7-0238/2013 - Georgios Papanikolaou)
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  Lívia Járóka (PPE), in writing. − Despite the alarmingly high level of youth unemployment, there are about 2 million unfilled vacancies in the EU, mostly due to a lack of workers possessing the skills required in the local job market. Part of the solution for unemployment may therefore be the development of high quality vocational education and training systems, with highly qualified teachers and trainers, innovative learning methods, high-quality infrastructure and facilities, high labour market relevance, and pathways to further education and training. Vocational education is more closely linked to the labour market than other sectors of education or training, yet the potential of work-based learning – and in particular apprenticeships – to tackle youth employment has not yet been fully exploited in many countries. Real and tangible opportunities must be provided for young people that enable them to avoid a long and harmful absence from the labour market, preserve and enhance their human capital, maintain their employment and career prospects in the long run, and increase their earning potential. A greater emphasis must be placed by Member States also on early childhood development, which can play a decisive role in breaking the vicious intergenerational cycle of low human development for disadvantaged children.

 
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